T-Mobile U.S. Inc. (T-Mobile) recently confirmed that a data breach exposed the personal information of more than 53 million people who are either current T-Mobile customers, or applied for T-Mobile accounts. This includes T-Mobile prepaid account holders, post-paid (i.e., people who pay their bills at the end of the month) account holders, and individuals that applied for credit accounts with T-Mobile. The data exposed includes individuals’ names, birth dates, social security numbers and driver’s license information.
Reports have emerged of customers suffering increases in attempted identity theft, successful identity theft, unauthorized credit card purchases, as well as incessant spam texts and phone calls since the breach occurred.
Silver Golub & Teitell LLP believes that individuals whose data has been compromised may have legal claims against T-Mobile as a result of their conduct and the resulting harms it has caused.
If you are a current, former or were a prospective T-Mobile customer and believe your information may have been disclosed and and want to discuss your rights, contact one of the attorneys at Silver Golub & Teitell LLP today by telephone at (203) 325-4491 or email SGT Partner Ian W. Sloss at email@example.com.
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